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The length is great and the fit around the body is spot on too. Style: Not a huge fan of the overall style but I think this comes down to personal preference. I prefer heavier cotton shirts and a traditional crew neck line (usually 1". This shirt is lighter than I prefer, the neckline is really thin and unlike the crew-style I'm familiar with, and the sleeves are a tad bit shorter than I prefer.

Overall, I'm going to wear it a bit to see if it grows on me. Happy with the quality though. It's also extremely soft. Give it a shot. The photo-taking for the 3d body double is easy. I was hoping to buy several more but will hold off until more options are available. Material Type: CottonColor: MultiSize: customVerified Purchase I have a "hard to fit" body type.

Most t-shirts I wear are either too tight or too baggy and always too short. I was skeptical about this shirt since I have used another service that does camera phone measurements and the fit was way too baggy.

I got a v-neck, shorter sleeves, longer length with the standard fabric. It not only fits perfectly but the fabric is really soft.

I will update the review after about 5-6 washes. In a pair of secret phone calls, Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, assured his Chinese counterpart, Gen. One call took place on Oct. In the second call, placed to address Chinese fears about the events of Jan. But democracy can be sloppy sometimes. The chairman, 62 at the time and chosen by Trump in 2018, believed the president had suffered a mental decline after the election, the authors write, a view he communicated to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.

He agreed with her evaluation that Trump was unstable, according to a call transcript obtained by the authors. Believing that China could lash out if it felt at risk from an unpredictable and vengeful American president, Milley took action. The same day, he called the admiral overseeing the U. Indo-Pacific Command, the military unit responsible for Asia and the Pacific region, and recommended postponing the military exercises, according to the book.

Milley also summoned senior officers to review the procedures for launching nuclear weapons, saying the president alone could give the order but, crucially, that he, Milley, also had to be involved. Schlesinger told military officials to check with him and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs before carrying out orders from President Richard Nixon, who was facing impeachment at the time.

Though Milley went furthest in seeking to stave off a national security crisis, his alarm was shared throughout the highest ranks of the administration, the authors reveal.

That included a March 5 phone call with Sen. Joe Manchin III, D-W. The measure ultimately cleared the Senate through an elaborate sequencing of amendments designed to satisfy the centrist Democrat. When Clyburn offered his endorsement in February 2020, it came with conditions, according to the book. One was that Biden would commit to naming a Black woman to the Supreme Court, if given the opportunity. During a debate two days later, Clyburn went backstage during a break to urge Biden to reveal his intentions for the Supreme Court that night.

Biden issued the pledge in his final answer, and the congressman endorsed him the next day. Trump and Biden declined to be interviewed. But they came to see that meaningful leverage would require a more expansive commitment, and instead came back around to a full exit.

Milley, for his part, took what the authors describe as a deferential approach to Biden on Afghanistan, in contrast to his earlier efforts to constrain Trump. One is you never, ever ever box in a president of the United States. You always give him decision space.

The immediate motivation, according to the book, was the Jan.